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Video - Saltwater Jigging for Striper and Bluefish using Bucktails and the Boa Jig’r

This week we have an action-packed video showing you a great day out on the water, as we catch fish after fish using bucktail jigs and boa jig’rs!


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Get your own Boa Jig’r here: http://store.thundermistlures.com/home.php?cat=24

This week we have an action-packed video showing you a great day out on the water, as we catch fish after fish using bucktail jigs and boa jig’rs!

Watch to the end as Ivo shares some important tips about jigging in saltwater for stripers and bluefish!

As always, good fishin’!
Ivo




4 Excellent Responses to “Video - Saltwater Jigging for Striper and Bluefish using Bucktails and the Boa Jig’r”

  1. Darren Says:

    If you guys like fishing with all ten of your fingers, stop pulling your wonderful Thundermist lures out of the JAWS of a BlueFish with your Fingers. Up here in NYC we learned a long time ago that Crocodile Bluefish can pop knuckles and take fingers right off. A 35 in Bluefish rip a pair of pliers right out of my hand while I was unhooking him. That was a demonstration in real power. Thank God it wasn’t one of my Fingers or hand. If you are going to demonstrate how affective your lures are in your videos, at least warn the public not to remove Fishing hooks & Lures from Bluefish with their hands.
    This is VERY DANGEROUS.

  2. Hi Darren,

    Thanks for sharing this with us and our viewers. We’ve removed so many hooks from Blues over the years and are always very careful and you are right - we should not take this for granted Many thanks for taking time to write to us and for sharing this with us as well as our viewers.

    Until next time, good luck on the water and good fsihing :)

  3. Excellent video & a great site guys! Had a few questions..Which Boa Jig’r were you using? Which ones would you recommend for Sea Bass, Porgies, Stripers & Blues? Would they also work for Tautog & Cod? Thanks & Tight Lines! - JJ

  4. Hello JJ,

    Very nice to hear from you. Glad you are enjoying our videos and thanks for writing in.

    Regarding your questions below, we were using the 2 oz and 3 oz Boa Jig’rs. If we had a fast drift and strong tide, we used the 3 oz size, in order to stay down there and to be able to fish as vertical as possible (heavier is better, so the 3 oz was preferred) (we’ve even used the 6 oz size)

    For Porgies, we like the 1 oz size of 2 oz size. For stipers, blues, sea bass and fluke, the 2 oz and 3 oz Boa Jig’rs are great and the 6 oz also works as well….again, it would depend on how fast you are drifting and how deep you are fishing. You are going to love using the Boa Jigr’s as they will work great for you!

    Also, the Boa Jig’rs are also great for Cod & Tautog - for cod, you are typically fishing deep, so the 6 oz size is perfect and the cod really hit it hard….it works fantastic. For the Tautog, we prefer the smaller sizes (1 oz to 3 oz)

    (The 1/2 oz size would be o.k to use, but only at high tide or with very slow drifts)

    Thanks again for tuning in and until next time, good luck and good fishing!

 

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